Employee Usage of Mobile HR Technology is on the Rise

Employee Usage of Mobile HR Technology is on the Rise

Mobile HR technology usage is exploding with global mobile data traffic expected to increase 13-fold between 2012 and 2017.   The ubiquity of mobile devices has led to a growing adoption of mobile applications for internal HR functions as a way to improve worker productivity, real-time decision-making and workforce satisfaction. To gauge actual select mobile …

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2015 Global Recruiting Trends

2015 Global Recruiting Trends

To win in 2015, talent acquisition and business leaders need to stay ahead of the latest recruiting trends.   Companies and institutions are under pressure to find top talent at lower costs while competing with big brands and promising startups. The recruiting industry is undergoing pockets of disruption. Social media and digital marketing are becoming the new norm in …

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work relationships

The Effect Of Work Relationships On Organizational Culture And Commitment

We’ve known for a while now how important work relationships are.   For years, item 10 on Gallup’s Q12 Meta-Analysis for engagement has been “Do you have a best friend at work?”. Work friendships, says Gallup, are linked statistically to retention. They’ve noted that employees with a best friend at work are:   43% more likely …

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Workplace Trends

10 Workplace Trends For 2015

Dan Schawbel I interview celebrities, entrepreneurs and authors.   Every year I give my top ten workplace trends predictions for the upcoming year. You can read my predictions from 2013 and 2014 if you missed them.   My objective is to capture all the research and insights that I have tracked through hundreds of studies released by …

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Uncovering Talent

Uncovering Talent

It has now been many years since the diversity and inclusion revolution swept the corporate world.   Today, most Fortune 500 companies have a diversity and inclusion officer who superintends an impressive array of programs focused on the needs of a diverse workforce. Yet reports suggest that full inclusion remains elusive:   “Only a little …

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Workforce Compensation Challenges

Compensation Challenges for a Multi-Generational Workforce

We now have Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y, and coming soon Generation Z all potentially in the workforce at the same time. Each generation has defining characteristics, demographics and priorities.   How do you determine how to compensate, motivate and reward this increasingly segmented population?   This PayScale workforce compensation whitepaper has the …

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An employer's guide to communications testing.

An Employer’s Guide To Communications Testing

Looking for the best way to cut through the noise and get through to your busy workforce?   This guide offers actionable steps toward optimizing your email communications. It will walk you through testing important elements of a communication like what time of day and day of week to send it. You can literally double …

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human capital management

Taking Measure of Human Capital

In today’s knowledge economy, an organization’s workforce is its most important asset as well as one of its greatest investments. The management of human capital — the sum of a workforce’s skill, knowledge and experience — is particularly important in a challenging economic environment, as companies push to improve top- and bottom-line performance while aggressively …

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